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There are many places to visit on Mull, below are just a few ideas....

 

Tobermory, many places to visit along the front.  Tea rooms, book shop, fishing tackle, silver smith, a number of pubs and restaurants.
(Picture, J Henness 2014)

 

Distillery - located at the Ledaig car park in Tobermory, well worth a visit.
(Picture, J Henness 2014)

Killiechronan Pony Trekking.
(Picture, S Stanhope 2016)

As advertised 'A day out for all the family' with riding along beach and hills.  Located 15mins drive from Salen Pier. 
Booking essential via 07748 807447 and website www.mullponytrekking.co.uk


 

Glengorm Castle Estate, standing stones and tea room.
(Picture, P Henness 2014)

 

 

Duart Castle restored in 1997 and open to the public is also worth a visit.
(Picture, K McEwan 2016)

 

Visit Calgary Bay just one of many stunning sandy beaches.  Walk the beautiful white sand dunes in the horse shoe bay and what better way to finish than with a walk through the carved nature trail to the tea room. 
Craignure Producers' Market - Craignure Village Hall (near the old pier)
Selling a wide range of island produce including Mull cheese, local pork, beef, vension and lamb, homemade breads, jams, vegetables, card & crafts, photography, plus homemade cakes, tea and coffee.
(Picture, A Oldacre April 2016)

Sunday 2pm to 4pm on 1st & 29th May, 26th June, 31st July, 28th August, 18th September, 27th November

lona Abbey is one of Scotland's most historic sites and is a celebrated Christian centre and the burial place of early Scottish kings. 
The Abbey and Nunnery grounds house one of the most comprehensive collections of Christian carved stones in Scotland, ranging in age from 600AD to the 1600s.
(Picture, G Sunderland 2014)

Ben More stands at 3000 feet / 915m and is Mull's only Munro.  It is a fairly easy climb and will take about 5 to 6 hours.

Sail to Staffa to see Fingal's Cave.
(Picture, G Sunderland 2014)

Fionnphort Telephone: 01681 700358

Ulva Ferry to Staffa Telephone: 01688 400 242

   


For more information please contact Peter Stanhope at info@salenpier.co.uk or +44 (0)7778 514150 (call or SMS)

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